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Toby Goes to School

by Franck Girard

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Toby may be the class clown, but he's smart enough to know what's what. Whether he's late for school, early for recess, or just in time to fail the next quiz, he's always got something to say about it. But even though his friends think he's funny, the adults in his life aren't laughing--mostly because they're not in on the jokes. No matter! Toby makes the best of it as he coasts through the day on his wit and good humor!… (more)
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Toby is very silly and usually makes each day interesting. This story did have funny moments, however, there wasn't much of a plot to the story, it was more a funny tidbit that had happened at some point during the day. The story didn't seem to follow a timeline, and each page was almost as if it was just a flashback. ( )
  SWONclear | May 7, 2019 |
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Toby may be the class clown, but he's smart enough to know what's what. Whether he's late for school, early for recess, or just in time to fail the next quiz, he's always got something to say about it. But even though his friends think he's funny, the adults in his life aren't laughing--mostly because they're not in on the jokes. No matter! Toby makes the best of it as he coasts through the day on his wit and good humor!

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